The White Horse Talisman

The White Horse Talisman

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
In England, four cousins work together to help the White Horse, one of the ancient Wise Ones, regain the magical talisman he needs to fight the increasing strength of the evil Dark Being who threatens the universe.

Orca Book Publishers
The battle between good and evil plays itself out through two children, a mythical horse and an imprisoned dragon.
The White Horse Talisman is the first volume of The Summer of Magic Quartet, four books involving a Canadian brother and sister visiting their two English cousins. In The White Horse Talisman, Chantel, Adam, Holly and Owen must help Equus, the great white horse, find his mate and foal and regain his magical talisman. But as the horse rises, so does the dragon. The age-old battle between good and evil threatens the bond between Chantel and Adam and endangers the quest. This is fantasy as its best, a story that raises hairs on the back of the neck and sends satisfying chills up and down the spine, a story that, while clearly drawn from the rich world of make believe, feels truer than true.

& Taylor

Whle spending the summer in England, Chantal and her brother Adam are drawn into a battle of good versus evil when a white horse carved into the neighboring farmlands speaks to Chantal and enlists her aid in locating a powerful talisman.

Publisher: Victoria, B.C. : Orca Book Publishers, c2001
ISBN: 9781551432229
Characteristics: 185 p. : 1 ill. ; 20 cm


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Jul 15, 2012

The White Horse Talisman is a great chapter book for strong readers that don't have trouble reading or with long harder words. I give this book 5 stars. If your a person that likes adveture and magic this is the book for you. Enjoy!!

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